iOS App Development for iPhone and iPad
With tens of thousands of hours of development of apps for the iPhone and the iPad, Unbounded Solutions developers are able to deliver applications that are uniquely suited to solve your business application needs.
You may be in need of a new application or perhaps just a refresh of your app to better conform to the current iOS 7 flat style. We’ll help you to take advantage of new hardware features like Airdrop. We’ll work to ensure that your application functions and formats flawlessly across the many screen shapes, sizes and resolutions found in the Apple line. We can target the iPad, the iPad mini, older iPhone 4 series phones as well as the current iPhone 5 line.
More than just coding
It isn’t enough to just code an application. We will handle alpha and beta testing, and we’ll help you prepare for launch.
Apple has a host of compliance issues that must be met before they will allow your app to be added to the iTunes store. We will advise you with best practices and expectations.
We’ll be there when you get user feedback and need to address bugs, or get ideas for enhancements, upgrades or new versions. And if you want to take your app to other operating systems and devices, we’ll have our iOS teams interface with our Android and Windows Mobile teams, to ensure that the end user gets a consistent experience across all devices.
We have a proven process that works
We start by listening. We strive to understand what problem you’re trying to resolve and to determine a path that will allow you to be successful while staying on budget.
You wouldn’t start a construction project without a set of blueprints. Similarly, your iOS app project begins with a set of wireframes, which will show where all of the app’s elements will be placed.
Once the wireframes meet with your approval, we move to the coding and user interface phase of the project. We will ensure iOS 7 optimization occurs at this time.
After a successful beta-test and resolution of any discovered bugs or errors, we deliver your application and it is ready to launch. (The popping of champagne corks is optional.)